SurfSaver Pro 2 and Web Space Professional

AskSam's $US30 SurfSaver Pro 2 and Giage's $US179 WebSpace Professional go beyond browser bookmark tools to help you save and organise information - in very different ways.

SurfSaver Pro 2 adds special search and page-save features to Internet Explorer that permit you to store material in a virtual file cabinet. You can share files with users on a network, and assign keywords, notes and other properties to pages - useful for subsequent searches. Links on saved pages remain live; when you click one, SurfSaver checks for a local copy. A free desktop-only version of the program displays ads while saving content.

WebSpace Profes-sional incorporates Internet Explorer technology into multi-panel WebSpaces (virtual file cabinets that differ from SurfSaver's). You can collect information from such disparate sources as the Web (while you surf), e-mail, and your contact database. And you can view Outlook 2000 e-mail and contacts from within WebSpace.

While SurfSaver and WebSpace handle many complex Web formats, both stumble on JavaScript. WebSpace does recognise more types of files, but it lacks an internal search engine - which is a feature of SurfSaver.

If you need instant archiving of basic Web pages, SurfSaver Pro 2 qualifies as an excellent solution. WebSpace Professional, on the other hand, is worth a look only if you can take advantage of its Outlook integration; otherwise, you'll find similar help for less money elsewhere.

AskSam Systems SurfSaver Pro 2

Price: $US30


Giage WebSpace Professional

Price: $US179


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